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Depending on your point of view, one of the best (or worst) things about Thanksgiving meal is all the leftovers. If the thought of a week filled with plain-old turkey sandwiches has you despairing, never fear…the CIA is here, with fresh tips and recipes. 1.Break out the panini press I love this Thanksgiving panini […]
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The traditional star of Thanksgiving is the turkey, and there are lots of tips out there for making the most of the noble bird, including ours. But what about all the other components of the holiday? Don’t they deserve their time in the spotlight, too, with a few tips of their own from the CIA […]
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